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The search for answers about diagnosis and management of lymphoedema in South Africa

Dorethea Schoor, Jane Armer, Louise Stadler
7 July 2015

<p>I am Louise Stadler, a 35-year-old woman living in South Africa, and wife and mother of four. After working for 9 years as an occupational therapist treating children with autism and learning disabilities, I decided to spend more time with my family. In 2010, I was diagnosed with primary lymphoedema. The road to my diagnosis was not an easy one.</p>

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